In Memory of




Obituary for Donna Lee Rollins

Donna Lee (Dede) Rollins (Morrin) age 60, died at St. Vincent’s Hospital on June 27, 2022, after a fierce battle with cancer. She was born August 7, 1961, in Toledo, Ohio, to Donald and Hope Morrin. She attended Woodward High School. Predeceased in death by her father, Donald Morrin and nephew, Noah Hamilton.
Survived by her two beautiful daughters Jennifer Fitzgerald and Jessica Fitzgerald as well as her granddaughters, Ma’Kayla, Jalynn, Ma’Leah, Michonne (Micky) and Melody. As well as her mother, Hope Morrin, brother, Donald Morrin (Judy), sister, Sue Brown (Bill), sister, Faith Boyer (Timothy), brother, Edward Morrin (Peggy), and sister, Rose Dusseau.
She was a daughter, mother, grandmother too, this is the legacy she leaves behind. She was loved by so many people including numerous nieces and nephews; “adopted” and biological. Dede helped so many people and touched so many lives. Anyone who knew her, loved her. She welcomed all the neighborhood kids and her family members to stay as long as they needed. Never turned anyone away. You rarely saw Dede without a group of children at her side.
Dede loved spending time at Riverside Park, especially at the railroad tracks. Her siblings say, “if you ever needed to find her, you would first look at the tracks”, that is where she would go in search of peace. Dede was the most caring, loving, loyal, and kindhearted person to anyone that crossed her path. She did so much for so many. She will be dearly missed but, always in our hearts.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday July 23, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. This will take place at the Jamie Farr Park (Riverside Park), located at 2140 N Summit St. Toledo, Ohio 43611. Please join and celebrate the life of Donna Rollins with all her friends and family members, she would not want it any other way. We will join and reminisce by telling amazing stories regarding all the lives she touched in such a positive way.
“You can shed tears that she is gone, or you can smile because she has lived.”